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Borland C++ Builder and VSS

Borland C++ Builder and VSS

Borland C++ Builder and VSS

I have just inherited some projects developed with Borland C++ Builder and am trying to add them to my other projects (in VC++) currently in VSS.  However, I have discovered that when I open the Borland project file (*.bpr) I am able to happily change code WITHOUT having it checked out.  When I check the properties of the *.cpp files they all say READONLY but Borland seems to ignore this fact and write to the files anyway.  Am I missing something?  Is there a trick to using VSS with Borland C++ Builder or are they like oil and water?  Any suggestions would be helpful!

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